A lesson for the government
Lower quality public transport, and greater disregard for it.
Stupidly high amounts of taxpayer money spent on implementing this system.
Susan Meddings - Environmentalist
Susan supports the proposal because less car users will decrease the volume of pollutants emitted into the atmosphere
Bill Ford - Car Manufacturer
Bill Ford does not support the new proposal as he believes the government should support Australian businesses and that the Australian car industry is an important part of the history of Australia and will come under pressure with the new implementations.
Percy Blame - Tram Driver
Percy supports the proposal as it will give more jobs to Australian workers and better security to current drivers.
Shelly Larchin - Taxpayer
Shelly does not support the proposal as it will cost her more taxes for a service she doesn't use.
Lincoln Small - Commuter
Lincoln supports the proposal as he agrees that more use of public transport will create more business for local businesses.
Penelope Longmire - Commuter
Penelope supports the proposal as it would cost her less to get to work.
Daniel Andrews - Opposition Leader
Daniel supports the proposal as he believes it is the best option for Melbourne's future.
Terry Mulder - Public Transport Minister
Terry Mulder supports the proposal as he believes it will make more people use public transport.
Dennis Napthine - Premier
Dr Napthine is in support of the proposed changes - having generated them himself. He believes that they will raise Melbourne's esteem and thus improve its desirability.